UW-Stout News

Applied science graduate returns to Menomonie as a dentist

August 25, 2016

Michelle Parker likes to see people smile. As a dentist, she wants them to feel good about their smiles. Read the full story

Michelle Parker  takes a break at Trimble Dental in Menomonie, where she is a dentist.

Five Mandela Fellows receive $25,000 grants from USADF

August 23, 2016

Five Mandela Fellows who studied this summer at University of Wisconsin-Stout returned home to Africa with major grants to help them start or expand their businesses and social enterprises. Read the full story

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School of Engineering unanimously approved by Board of Regents

August 18, 2016

The effort by University of Wisconsin-Stout to meet employers’ engineering needs in Wisconsin received a significant boost Thursday, Aug. 18, when the UW System Board of Regents unanimously approved creating a School of Engineering. Read the full story

Students work in spring 2016 in an engineering lab on campus.

Compost from students’ homes picked up for campus garden

August 18, 2016

Student workers at University of Wisconsin-Stout’s campus garden — aptly named UW-Sprout — make sure sustainability and natural are more than just buzzwords. Read the full story

A sign marks the compost pile at the garden.

Dietetics student encourages healthy eating with Veggin’ Out program

August 16, 2016

University of Wisconsin-Stout undergraduate student Amanda Nass is motivated to eat healthy food, including local vegetables, and wants to educate others to do the same. Read the full story

UW-Stout dietetics student Amanda Nass offers zucchini dessert squares at the Veggin’ Out booth at the Downtown Farmers’ Market in Eau Claire.

Concert at Mabel Tainter Nov. 11 to benefit STEPS for Girls

August 11, 2016

A concert to support the STEPS for Girls program at University of Wisconsin-Stout and the Mabel Tainter Theater will be held at the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts. Read the full story

Dala consists of Sheila Carabine, left, and Amanda Walther.

PreCollege programs help young students plan their futures

August 10, 2016

As Tamara Brantmeier looked out at approximately 40 faces, she saw limitless possibilities. Read the full story

PreCollege participants listen to Tamara Brantmeier's talk.

Faculty member works on Native Hawaiian Sovereignty Constitution

August 8, 2016

Hollace Anne “Holly” Teuber, professor in communication studies at University of Wisconsin-Stout, became a U.S. citizen when her birthplace Oahu, Hawaii, became a state Aug. 21, 1959. Read the full story

UW-Stout’s Hollace Anne Teuber, one of the writers of the Native Hawaiian Sovereignty Constitution, and her family. Teuber is third from right in the middle row.

Golf enterprise students benefit from GCOW state outing

August 8, 2016

Golf enterprise management majors at University of Wisconsin-Stout, including one who will be a sophomore this fall, continue to be beneficiaries of a statewide golf event. Read the full story

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Faculty member awarded, students receive printing scholarships

August 5, 2016

Three undergraduate students majoring in cross-media graphics management at University of Wisconsin-Stout have been awarded scholarships associated with their majors. Read the full story

Brianna Ferguson, Samantha Keller and Laura Schneider receive scholarships associated with cross-media graphics management program.

Graduate Story: Tyler Michaletz and Jenae Everson

August 4, 2016

May 2016 graduates Tyler Michaletz and Jenae Everson of the the graphic design program, share why they chose UW-Stout and their plans together after graduation. Read the full story

Tyler Michaletz and Jenae Everson, May 2016 Graduates

Assistant chancellor named to Baldrige board for third year

August 3, 2016

The U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology has named Meridith Drzakowski of University of Wisconsin-Stout to the Board of Examiners for the 2016 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Read the full story

Meridith Drzakowski speaks on campus.

Professor updates construction skills with summer internship

August 2, 2016

Dean Wirtanen, an associate professor in the construction major at University of Wisconsin-Stout, routinely takes his students to job sites and manufacturers around the region to let them see the industry firsthand. Read the full story

Dean Wirtanen visits the Haymarket Landing construction site in Eau Claire.

Fab lab connection brings two Russians to Discovery Center

August 1, 2016

As part of an ongoing exchange with National University of Science and Technology in Moscow, MISiS, University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Discovery Center Fab Lab recently hosted two MISiS Fab Lab employees. Read the full story

From left, Jennifer Astwood, Philipp Egorov, Yaroslava Barmenkova and Shawn Nelson, UW-Stout technician.

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